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Nigerian woman in S’pore who doesn’t have Ebola has urgent business proposal, giving away $10,000,000

Posted on 15 August 2014

Her uncle was a prince and she needs a bank account in Singapore to transfer his inheritance.


The Nigerian woman in her 50s who landed in Singapore on Aug. 14, 2014, and was suspected to have Ebola but turned out to be negative, has issued a statement to the media.

!Abbey Ade, who claims her uncle was Prince !Abiola Oriowo, said: “I am here in Singapore to have a urgent business proposal for you.”

“My uncle was a stately prince but he passed away recently and my family has an inheritance of $10,000,000 and a lion. But we cannot move the sum of money because it is not safe.”

“I need to access a bank account here in Singapore because this country is international, recognised to protect from fraud.”

“World Bank Group and United Nation Organisation will give you authorisation to receive and confirm of payment by !Abiola Oriowo and you can only contact !Abbey Ade regarding this matter.”

“!Abiola Oriowo will make sure you receive the fund.”

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